The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, Indecision 2004 DVD

The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, Indecision 2004 DVD

Keeps us sane.

  • I just love this show. Particularly that it's sans laugh track. I don't need to be cued to laugh. If it's funny, I'll laugh...it's simple. Craziness abounds, it's like live action Dilbert. Also, I have a crush on Jim.

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  • For me, this was the first Cohen Brothers film I saw. In no questionable way, it transformed me into a lifetime fan. And, even though it was made over 20 years ago, it remains one of the funniest films I've ever seen.

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  • So in my crazy Spring-Break-long The Office marathon, I finished season 4 without really realizing it. I totally forgot about how much the writer's strike really messed up show line ups. I finished the episode "Goodbye Toby" and I... So in my crazy Spring-Break-long The Office marathon, I finished season 4 without really realizing it. I totally forgot about how much the writer's strike really messed up show line ups. I finished the episode "Goodbye Toby" and I went to click the "Next" button on the Netflix player, only to find that I couldn't. I haven't been so disappointed in a while. In any case, I still want to own this season, especially now that I am equipped with the information that this season was shorter than the previous two, even with all of the crazy hour-long episodes.

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  • Ohhh, season 3. With all of the wackiness that happens at Dunder Mifflin, this season was definitely pretty out there. Jim moving to Stamford and then returning to Scranton via the branches merging, to him dating Karen and then fi... Ohhh, season 3. With all of the wackiness that happens at Dunder Mifflin, this season was definitely pretty out there. Jim moving to Stamford and then returning to Scranton via the branches merging, to him dating Karen and then finally realizing that Pam is actually the only one for him... and that leaves out all of the craziness that is Michael Scott and Dwight, not to mention Kelly and her total diva-ness.

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  • I really do love The Office, and season two was pretty darn hilarious, if I do say so myself. With the introduction of the "that's what she said" joke, it might possibly be one of the most subtly influential shows of our time. Who... I really do love The Office, and season two was pretty darn hilarious, if I do say so myself. With the introduction of the "that's what she said" joke, it might possibly be one of the most subtly influential shows of our time. Who would've guessed? Anyway, I need to own this... and I would prefer if I owned it in the form of a gift for my birthday... nudge, nudge.

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  • I just started watching this show (I know, what is wrong with me??) and I actually got myself all caught up (well, mostly) via the Netflix free trial. I marathon watched all four seasons available on Netflix, and I can't get enoug... I just started watching this show (I know, what is wrong with me??) and I actually got myself all caught up (well, mostly) via the Netflix free trial. I marathon watched all four seasons available on Netflix, and I can't get enough. It might be silly for me to want to own these if I could just rent them via a program that I already signed up for, but I want to own it. Starting with the very first season.

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  • Some of the most incisive political commentary this election has come from John Stewart, comedian and genuinely smart guy. What this means for mainstream media/journalism/the concept of the fourth estate, is not a good thing. ... Some of the most incisive political commentary this election has come from John Stewart, comedian and genuinely smart guy. What this means for mainstream media/journalism/the concept of the fourth estate, is not a good thing. But it's great for comedy!

  • The stuff that small town newspaper editors dreams are made of-- except the actual authors of this book aren't from Wasilla at all but rather work for publisher Harper Collins. Apparently you can expect a lot of Palin's head Photo... The stuff that small town newspaper editors dreams are made of-- except the actual authors of this book aren't from Wasilla at all but rather work for publisher Harper Collins. Apparently you can expect a lot of Palin's head Photoshopped onto other bodies. Here's hoping Harper Collins snatched up some of the writers and artists from the much mourned Weekly World News.

  • What a magical movie.

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  • What can I say? I loved this movie so much in high school. My sister and I used to always rent it at Wherehouse (remember when those were around?). I wonder what he thought...

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  • This second novel by British author Hari Kunzru follows the interwoven stories of Arjun Mehta, a naive Indian computer programmer working for a U.S. software company, Guy Swift, a cynical British PR/marketing entrepreneur, and Lee... This second novel by British author Hari Kunzru follows the interwoven stories of Arjun Mehta, a naive Indian computer programmer working for a U.S. software company, Guy Swift, a cynical British PR/marketing entrepreneur, and Leela Zahir, a young and disillusioned Bollywood star. It's a searingly funny critique of the current global economy and the struggle to secure a safe, comfortable place within it.

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  • There aren't too many people whom I know intimately enough to list 400 facts about, but if I were to familiarize myself in such depth with a legendary action hero, it would have to be Chuck Norris.

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  • Guaranteed to be entertaining and enlightening to adults and kids alike, The Stinky Cheese Man is a classic among fractured fairy-tales. These twisted re-tellings spoof all the stories you know so well. While most suitable for chi... Guaranteed to be entertaining and enlightening to adults and kids alike, The Stinky Cheese Man is a classic among fractured fairy-tales. These twisted re-tellings spoof all the stories you know so well. While most suitable for children in 1st grade and up, some of these stories are useful for parents wishing to counter act the Victorian ethos that permeates most of the tales made popular by the Grimm brothers and Disney & Co. In "The Princess and the Bowling ball" for example, the prince replaces the pea with the more obvious object once he finally meets a girl he likes. Great illustrations won this book the Caldecott

  • Great movie - just saw it over the weekend. The hero is a lobbyist for the tobacco industry, who travels around bribing, spinning, and taking on the nannies and do-gooders of society. You can't help but cheer for him. This f... Great movie - just saw it over the weekend. The hero is a lobbyist for the tobacco industry, who travels around bribing, spinning, and taking on the nannies and do-gooders of society. You can't help but cheer for him. This film makes you laugh and think, which is more than I can say for most comedies out there.

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  • Perhaps one of the best shows ever made. Love it. Can watch over and over.

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  • One of the best few books that I've probably read in my lifetime - the most hillarious paragraph I've read came out from this book : My first jujitsu class was three and a half months ago. Self-defense was something that I was ... One of the best few books that I've probably read in my lifetime - the most hillarious paragraph I've read came out from this book : My first jujitsu class was three and a half months ago. Self-defense was something that I was extremely curious about, for obvious reasons, and Mom thought it would be good for me to have a physical activity besides tambourining, so my first jujitsu class was three and a half months ago. There were fourteen kids in the class, and we all had on neat white robes. We practiced bowing, and then we were all sitting down Native American style, and then Sensei Mark asked me to go over to him. “Kick my privates,” he told me. That made me feel self-conscious. “Excusez-moi?” I told him. He spread his legs and told me, “I want you to kick my privates as hard as you can.” He put his hands at his sides, and took a breath in, and closed his eyes, and that’s how I knew that actually he meant business. “Jose,” I told him, and inside I was thinking, What the? He told me, “Go on, guy. Destroy my privates.” “Destroy your privates?” With his eyes still closed he cracked up a lot and said, “You couldn’t destroy my privates if you tried. That’s what’s going on here. This is a demonstration of the well-trained body’s ability to absorb a direct blow. Now destroy my privates.” I told him, “I’m a pacifist,” and since most people my age don’t know what that means, I turned around and told the others, “I don’t think it’s right to destroy people’s privates. Ever.” Sensei Mark said, “Can I ask you something?” I turned back around and told him, “ ‘Can I ask you something?’ is asking me something.” He said, “Do you have dreams of becoming a jujitsu master?” “No,” I told him, even though I don’t have dreams of running the family jewelry business anymore. He said, “Do you want to know how a jujitsu student becomes a jujitsu master?” “I want to know everything,” I told him, but that isn’t true anymore either. He told me, “A jujitsu student becomes a jujitsu master by destroying his master’s privates.” I told him, “That’s fascinating.” My last jujitsu class was three and a half months ago. Excerpted from http://www.jonathansafranfoer.com/ Need I say more?

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